F.A.Q

F.A.Q

Do you want clear answers to various questions you might have about garage doors? Scroll here

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If you’ve recently noticed that your garage door has been making strange noises lately, it might be a sign that there’s a problem with the door. Be sure to look over our FAQ page below for expert opinions about the care and maintenance of your garage door.

Can I lock my overhead door?

When the garage door has electric operators, it shouldn't be locked. This is an old habit of manually handled garage doors. New garage door openers have accessories, which lock the door automatically. Locks can be dangerous with electric openers. If the door is locked and the opener is activated, the door might be damaged.

Why does size matter to garage door parts?

Size is one of the most important determinants when you purchase new garage door parts. The size is chosen in accordance with the weight of the door. Heavier doors need bigger components and lighter doors smaller components. That's why it's important to measure them well when it's time to replace them.

What are the problems of wooden doors?

Wooden doors entail a lot of maintenance, advise the professionals at Garage Door Repair Oakland Park. Installation of wooden doors in residential areas bring about problems because of their tendency to expand and contract, depending on the weather. Moreover wood wears down after long periods of usage. Wooden doors do not last as long as those made of steel.

What are the types of springs available?

There are two types of residential springs used, which include the extension springs and torsion springs. The torsion springs are hung above the top of your door, while the extension springs are located above the tracks of the door. Extension springs have safety cables.

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